Five Power Coaching Words

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Marlana Wallace
Performance Management
Case Study - Five Coaching Power Words
06/25/13

Development, Building Relationships, Direction, Accountability and Results: What these five coaching power words mean to me. Development means to generate insights from within, develop an understanding of system dynamics, foster leadership qualities, enact immediate and lasting change, streamline and improve internal processes, promote consistent communication among global team members, identify and correct failed strategies, and develop strategic alignment between divisions to achieve broad corporate initiatives. Great leaders know that to do this in a long-term, sustainable way their number one priority must be the growth and development of their people. There is an old line that if you are not developing your people then you are becoming indispensable which means that you cannot be promoted. There are a number of ways to help your people grow and develop, including giving them new challenges and opportunities, timely and constructive feedback, formal instruction, mentoring, and coaching them for success. Each of these has its own art, with the art of coaching being often misunderstood. Coaching is not about fixing others’ weaknesses, it is about inspiring them to achieve their full potential and giving them the tools with which to do so. If you develop your people so that they can do more of the work, then there is less demand on you, and your people are helping their own careers.
Building Relationships is to have a good working relationship with people, to be on good terms, and work effectively together. Coaching is about building relationships -- and that takes time. For coaching to work well, it has to happen regularly. When coaches share stories about their own experiences of growth and learning, it creates a more positive environment and enables the team member to open up to the coach’s wisdom. It’s important to remember to spend as much time coaching

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